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  • Sylvester - You Make Me Feel

    4:28

    Grande sucesso You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) gravado em 1978, faixa do álbum Step II (pela Fantasy Records), e que foi número 1 da Billboard club hits. Por Sylvester James (Los Angeles, 6 de setembro de 1947 - São Francisco, 16 de Dezembro de 1988).

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  • SYLVESTER - You Make Me Feel .

    4:21

    Sylvester (1978), que dio lugar a los singles de éxito You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) y Dance (Disco Heat) . Grabó cuatro discos más, incluyendo un álbum en vivo, con Fantasy Records antes de firmar a Megatone Records, la etiqueta orientado al baile fundada por el amigo y colaborador Patrick Cowley, donde grabó cuatro discos más, incluyendo el Cowley escribió y produjo el hit de Hi-NRG Do Ya Wanna Funk. Un activista que hizo campaña contra la propagación del VIH / SIDA, Sylvester murió a causa de complicaciones derivadas del virus en 1988. Espero te agrade el vídeo y regálame tu comentario gracias tu amigo.....Dj. Cheto.

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  • Sylvester Dance

    8:36

    Uno de los Grandes temas mas representativos de la Era Disco es este tema sugerido a cargo de Sylvester James ( 1948-1988 ), el cual es acompañado del maestro Patrick Cowley en los sintetizadores hacen de esta melodía, un Clásico de las Discos.
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  • Sylvester - Disco Heat - 1978

    3:06

    Grande sucesso Dance Heat gravado em 1978, faixa do álbum Step II (pela Fantasy Records), e que foi número 1 da Billboard club hits. Por Sylvester James (Los Angeles, 6 de setembro de 1947 - São Francisco, 16 de Dezembro de 1988).

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  • Love Me Like You Should: The Brave and Bold Sylvester | Amazon Music

    15:03

    In partnership with filmmaker Lauren Tabak and writer/consulting producer Barry Walters, we dive into the music career of Sylvester, starting from church choir in South Central LA to his early years in San Francisco. It follows his ascent to stardom through his evergreen, international hits Dance (Disco Heat) and You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real). Through his groundbreaking career, Sylvester blew open the doors for queer visibility and gender fluidity in mainstream music, leaving a legacy that continues to influence today's pop music. The documentary features candid interviews with Billy Porter, Martha Wash (The Weather Girls, Two Tons o’ Fun), Sylvester’s sister Bernadette Baldwin, biographer Josh Gamson, producer/songwriter James Wirrick, and more. Listen to Sylvester on our Pride History playlist:

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  • Sylvester ~ You Make Me Feel 1978 Disco Purrfection Version

    13:35

    Here is a classic to end Pride Month and for the upcoming Canadian National Holiday and US 4th of July celebrations! Sorry it took so long to complete....The intro is Sunday morning, the rest is Saturday night. This song took what Donna Summer did with I Feel Love added some gospel vocals and became the new direction of disco and pop music with the incredibly tuneful and rhythmic You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real). Patrick Cowley transformed a slow burning gospel like track by speeding up the beats and created this cushy and lush electronic atmospheric energy that still resonates today. Other remixes have blanched the electrified sounds by remixers putting their personal stamp on it, changing out the drums and what not to make it sound more contemporary. I think they kill the vibe of the tune. My mission is to keep the original vibe but open it up to extend it and display the dazzling array of synths and add a breakdown segment. I respect the hell out of the original so much so that adding my sound to it never crossed my mind. I just dusted it off and figured out how to make the feeling last longer...Sylvester and Patrick created a disco classic that spent eight energy fuelled weeks at #1 disco and the dancefloor was never the same after that. I was able to locate the original music tracks and was ecstatic to find out that the reprise version of the song is what was originally the intro to the disco version. The slow tempoed intro gracefully moves into high gear with hand claps, with Sylvester and his two tons o'fun, Izora Rhodes and Martha Wash scatting and improvising bringing even more heat to the percussive intro and then giving it up when the rhythm track comes in and the song takes off into the stratosphere...excellent choice for that late night last dance. The song was recorded and released in late 78, and entered the pop chart in January of 1979 at #79 and peaked at #36. I never realized how warm the electronic instrumentation feels, no strings, just all the synths you can handle along with that frickin bassline that pumps followed by the synths that bring a new dimension in building and building until Sylvester wails in his signature falsetto that reaches such incredible peaks only a synth sweep could finish the musical phrase. Incredible! I hope they do a life story of Sylvester, a true innovator and icon who really cared about his people. Who do you think would be Did you know all the royalties from his music goes to Project Open Hand and the AIDS Emergency Fund. He passed away in 1988 in debt from the royalty advances he received, but by 1993, the debt had been paid off and a royalty check of $140,000 was split between the two charities and they still receive regular checks from his music today. The gift that keeps on giving....Recently, You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry for being culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant. Music critic Robert Christgau has said this song is one of those surges of sustained, stylized energy that is disco's great gift to pop music....

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  • Sylvester Stars Long Version

    10:28

    Sylvester: Stars [Long Version]
    (Patrick Cowley) Masculine Music Co.-BMI

    Original Issue: Stars 1979
    Produced By Harvey Fiqua and Sylvester For Honey Records Productions

  • Sylvester Stallone Soundtrack Greatest Hits HQ

    1:29:31

  • Sylvester and 2 Tons of Fun

    3:56

    Sylvester was amazing to work with ...really talented, a pro in every sense of the word! Wow....As Cherrill says In time they will be regarded as nostalgic reflections of the disco era ...and as we now know they are!

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  • Sylvester - Rock the Box

    5:01

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    Sylvester James, Jr. better known as Sylvester, was an American disco and soul singer-songwriter. Known for his flamboyant and androgynous appearance, he was often described as a drag queen, although he repeatedly rejected such a description. Responsible for a string of hit singles in the late 1970s, Sylvester became known in the United States under the moniker of the Queen of Disco.

  • Lime VS Sylvester Megamix KDJ 12 Inch

    40:11

    Amigos
    Les dejo otro versus, esta vez de Lime y Sylvester, dos grandes de la música dance, infaltables en las Discos.
    Hits ambos tienen para mas de un para de Mix, pero por el momento subo esta parte (1).

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  • Sylvester Stallone buys his brother Frank a very special gift here at Normans Rare Guitars

    7:08

    Frank Stallone visits Norman's Rare Guitars and receives one of the most special gifts he's ever gotten from his brother Sly. A 1940 Epiphone Emperor Guitar formerly owned by the Sons of the Pioneers.

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  • Sylvester - You Make Me Feel

    7:30

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  • Sylvester ~ Dancing In The Disco Heat Makes Me Feel Mighty Suite

    17:51

    Sylvester James Jr was born on September 6, 1947 in Los Angeles, CA. He joined a Pentecostal gospel group and began singing with them until the congregation took notice of his homosexuality and began to shun him. After leaving the group, he encountered a group of transgenders and began to learn his craft with them. Moving to San Francisco, he embraced his love of Billie Holiday and Josephine Baker by dressing up as his heroes and performing in their styles with the Cockettes. Soon, he was putting together his own rock band called Sylvester & His Hot Band and got signed to Blue Thumb Records in 1973, the same label that signed the Pointer Sisters. After two LP's that failed to capture the imagination of the record buying public, he dissolved the band and set his sights on being a solo act. Enter Harvey Fuqua, the nephew of Charlie Fuqua, a vocalist with famed group The Ink Spots. Fuqua also had started the Moonglows and had ties to Motown as part owner of Anna Records with Gwen Gordy as his wife. He signed Sylvester to Fantasy Records and ws given access to background singers, Martha Wash, Izora Rhodes and Jeanie Tracy. The first LP issued in 1977 was Sylvester and had a #18 disco hit with Down, Down, Down and Over And Over. The second release entitled Step II turned him into a disco icon with the hits Dance (Disco Heat) and the influential smash hit You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) which spent 6 weeks at #1 disco in 1978. He continued recording with Patrick Cowley's Megatone Records and released a slew of high energy dance singles until his death in 1988 from complications arising from HIV. An ardent activist, he campaigned against the spread of the disease and in his will he left all his royalties to San Francisco based HIV charities. Sylvester was inducted into the Dance Music Hall Of Fame in 2005. In his book The Secret History Of Disco, Peter Shapiro wrote The way Sylvester sang 'I know you love me like you should!' with his voice effortlessly moving up to a register so high that it could only be completed only by a synth whoosh, might be disco's ultimate diva moment. I got to thinking about Sylvester and how his collaborations with Patrick Cowley became the genesis of a new genre of music that came to be known as high energy or HiNRG in the 80's. I wanted to pay tribute to their talent so I kinda cut them together like a Gloria Gaynor record, you know, where one song goes right into the next for an entire side of an LP so you could dance for 15 heart pounding minutes. Sylvester had a bigger pop hit with Dance (Disco Heat) which hit #19 there and was #1 on the disco chart for six weeks along b/w the sister hit You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) which ended up peaking at #36 on the pop charts. On this upload, there's an invitation to dance with Dance (Disco Heat), then You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) takes you to the next level for a while and then the reprised gospel version of (Mighty Real) brings the energy down to a barely existent beat with the full throated vocals of Martha Wash and Izora Rhodes whizzing around that made me feel like I was ready for a cigarette after an energetic romp.

  • REISSUE: Dance - Glenn Rivera ReStructure Mix - Sylvester

    12:11

    REISSUE: Dance (Disco Heat) - Glenn Rivera ReStructure Mix - Sylvester

    Who hasn't felt the power of this club anthem? Sylvester created a starting line for dancers to move all night long with this cut. The synthesizers zip along like a rabbit on steroids - thanks to wonderful and late, Patrick Cowley for his innovative and true disco synthesizers - without him we would still be waiting! Martha Wash and the late Izora Rhodes are gripping as the upfront chorus of this track - it is no wonder how they both brought a true gospel elegance to disco music from hereon. Sylvester will always live in disco music - he is closest to the Godfather of Disco than most artists for being so innovative and unaffected by the industry.

    This ReStructure runs over 11 minutes short!

  • Medley Sylvester - NonStop Dance Party 1983 - Side A .

    16:52

    LADO A , Clasico Vinyl de Sylvester Un Medley DE 1983 Aunque los temas son de a finales de los 70s La ERA Disco
    Espero lo disfruten ...... Ahi Comenten

  • Sylvester-I Need you

    4:36

    Sylvester-I Need you

  • Sylvester - Dont Stop

    6:52

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  • Sylvester - I Need Somebody To Love Tonight

    6:48

    US
    LP: Stars
    1979

  • Sylvester - Dont Stop • TopPop

    3:46

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  • Sylvester - Do You Wanna Funk

    3:24

    Produced By Patrick Cowley
    Performed By Sylvester

    Megatone Records 1982

  • Sylvester - I Need You

    7:42

    Sylvester - I need you
    Label : Fantasy Honey Records
    Released : 1980
    Style : Disco

    Credits :

    - Producer -- Harvey Fuqua, Sylvester
    - Written-By -- Robinson, Orsborn

  • Sylvester - You make me feel Extended 1978

    7:01

  • Sylvester Documentary, Like & Subscribe Please. :)

    9:42

    Here is a clip from the British Broad Cast called. Queens Of Disco which highlights a few of the Disco Queens careers from the 70's, I don't really know why Madonna made into to that show as she wasn't Disco. Never the less I took this video clip from that show because I know that there a few people out there who really like Sylvester.

  • Sylvester - Dont Stop Remastered Audio

    5:04

    New Remastered Audio (2018) Long Version.
    Enjoy Friends :-).
    Super fine Hi-NRG.

    A short bio!!

    Sylvester James (September 6, 1944 in Los Angeles, California – December 16, 1988 in San Francisco, California) was an American disco and soul musician, and a gay drag performer. Known for singing in falsetto (and occasionally a rich baritone voice), he is also considered one of the first Hi-NRG artists. His grandmother was the jazz singer Julia Morgan. He performed under his first name only, Sylvester.

    Living in San Francisco in the 1960s, he performed in a musical production called Women of the Blues, then joined a short-lived group of transvestite performance artists called The Cockettes in the early 70's (famed transvestite Divine was a member of the group as well). Sylvester can be seen in The Cockettes' outrageous short film Tricia's Wedding, lampooning the wedding of President Nixon's daughter Tricia, and in an eponymous 2002 documentary about the group.

    In 1972, Sylvester supplied two cuts to Lights Out San Francisco, an album complied by the KSAN radio station and released on the Blue Thumb label. In 1973, Sylvester & his Hot Band released two rock-oriented albums on Blue Thumb (their self-titled debut was also known as Scratch My Flower, due to a gardenia-shaped scratch-and-sniff sticker adhered to the cover). Signed a solo act to Fantasy Records in 1977, and working with the production talents of legendary Motown producer Harvey Fuqua. Sylvester later alleged that Fuqua cheated him out of millions of dollars.

    Sylvester soon met his frequent collaborator Patrick Cowley. Cowley's synthesizer and Sylvester's voice proved to be a magical combination, and pushed Sylvester's sound in an increasingly dance-oriented direction; his second solo album - Step II (1978) - unleashed two disco classics: You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real), and Dance (Disco Heat). By this time both his live shows and recordings also recognizably featured the back-up vocals of Two Tons O' Fun: future Weather Girls Martha Wash and Izora Rhodes. 1979 brought three Billboard awards and an appearance in the movie, The Rose, starring Bette Midler.

    Moving to Megatone Records in 1982, Sylvester quickly landed a Hi-NRG classic with Do You Wanna Funk. He was close friends with other Megatone artists Linda Imperial and Jeanie Tracy. Sylvester was also very close to the legendary Patti LaBelle.

    Later pressure from the label to butch up his image would result in him attending meetings in full-on drag. A drag photo shoot, which he staged and presented to label heads as a gag (calling it his new album cover) would later grace the cover of Immortal after Sylvester died; it was the label's way of paying tribute to his spirit. In 1985, one of his dreams came true as he was summoned to sing back-up for Aretha Franklin on her Who's Zoomin' Who comeback album. His sole Warner Bros. album was Mutual Attraction in 1986; a single from the album, Someone Like You, featured original cover art by Keith Haring.

    Sylvester died of complications from AIDS on December 16, 1988. His good friend Jeanie Tracy took care of Sylvester during his last days.

    In the late 1990's, performance artist Djola Branner (co-founder of the highly influential Pomo Afro Homos troupe) created his acclaimed solo piece and CD Mighty Real around the life of Sylvester.

    On September 20, 2004 Sylvester's anthem record, You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real), was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame. A year later, on September 19, 2005, Sylvester himself was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame for his achievement as an artist.

    In 2005, a biography written by Joshua Gamson and titled The Fabulous Sylvester: The Legend, The music, The 70s in San Francisco was published.

  • Sylvester - I who have nothing

    10:16

  • Sylvester - Body Strong

    8:45

    Body Strong is a song written by Patricia Cowley. Sylvester James (September 6, 1947 -- December 16, 1988), better known as Sylvester, was an American disco and soul singer-songwriter. Known for his flamboyant and androgynous appearance, he was often described as a drag queen, although repeatedly rejected such a description. Responsible for a string of hit singles, in the late 1970s, Sylvester became known in the United States under the moniker of the Queen of Disco.

    Born in Watts, Los Angeles, Sylvester first developed a love of singing through the gospel choirs of his Pentecostal church, however left the congregation after being persecuted for his homosexuality. Leaving home as a teenager, he was an early founder of a group of African-American cross-dressers and transwomen known as The Disquotays, who eventually disbanded in 1970. Moving to San Francisco, he embraced the counter-cultural lifestyle and joined drag troupe The Cockettes, eventually producing his own solo shows in which he was heavily influenced by female blues and jazz singers like Billie Holiday and Josephine Baker. It the middle of their critically panned tour of New York City, Sylvester left the Cockettes and decided to focus entirely on a solo career.

    As the front man for Sylvester and his Hot Band, he released two commercially unsuccessful albums on Blue Thumb Records in 1973 before the members of the Hot Band left him. Gaining new backing singers in the form of Two Tons O' Fun and subsequently Jeanie Tracy, he proceeded to obtain a new recording contract with Harvey Fuqua of Fantasy Records. His first solo album, Sylvester (1977), was a moderate success, and was followed by the acclaimed disco album, Step II (1978), which spawned the hit singles You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) and Dance (Disco Heat). He produced three more albums with Fantasy Records before breaking from them un-amicably. Signing to Megatone Records, the dance-orientated label founded by his friend and collaborator Patrick Cowley, he produced four further albums and the hit Hi-NRG track Do Ya Wanna Funk. An activist who campaigned against the spread of HIV/AIDS, Sylvester died from complications arising from the virus in 1988.

    On September 20, 2004, Sylvester's anthem record, You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real), was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame. A year later, on September 19, 2005, Sylvester himself was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame for his achievement as an artist.

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  • Sylvester - Cant Stop Dancing

    7:47

    Can't Stop Dancing is a song written and produced by Sylvester. Sylvester James (September 6, 1947 -- December 16, 1988), was an American disco and soul singer-songwriter. Known for his flamboyant and androgynous appearance, he was often described as a drag queen, although repeatedly rejected such a description. Responsible for a string of hit singles, in the late 1970s, Sylvester became known in the United States under the moniker of the Queen of Disco.

    Born in Watts, Los Angeles, Sylvester first developed a love of singing through the gospel choirs of his Pentecostal church, however left the congregation after being persecuted for his homosexuality. Leaving home as a teenager, he was an early founder of a group of African-American cross-dressers and transwomen known as The Disquotays, who eventually disbanded in 1970. Moving to San Francisco, he embraced the counter-cultural lifestyle and joined drag troupe The Cockettes, eventually producing his own solo shows in which he was heavily influenced by female blues and jazz singers like Billie Holiday and Josephine Baker. It the middle of their critically panned tour of New York City, Sylvester left the Cockettes and decided to focus entirely on a solo career.

    As the front man for Sylvester and his Hot Band, he released two commercially unsuccessful albums on Blue Thumb Records in 1973 before the members of the Hot Band left him. Gaining new backing singers in the form of Two Tons O' Fun and subsequently Jeanie Tracy, he proceeded to obtain a new recording contract with Harvey Fuqua of Fantasy Records. His first solo album, Sylvester (1977), was a moderate success, and was followed by the acclaimed disco album, Step II (1978), which spawned the hit singles You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) and Dance (Disco Heat). He produced three more albums with Fantasy Records before breaking from them un-amicably. Signing to Megatone Records, the dance-orientated label founded by his friend and collaborator Patrick Cowley, he produced four further albums and the hit Hi-NRG track Do Ya Wanna Funk. An activist who campaigned against the spread of HIV/AIDS, Sylvester died from complications arising from the virus in 1988.

    On September 19, 2005, Sylvester was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame for his achievement as an artist.

    On the night I first met you
    You made all my dreams come true
    And I said to myself that I would never stop dancing

    When my feet first hit the floor
    I jumped and boogied then I screamed some more
    And when we kissed I swore I'd never stop dancing

    When you said you're all talk and I like the way that you move
    So, get back, slowly back, slowly back
    And let me have some room... Oh!

    I can't stop! (Can't stop dancing)
    You won't let me go, no, no (I can't stop dancing)
    I can't stop dancing) Dancing
    (I can't stop dancing)

    Oooh, I can't stop (Can't stop dancing)
    You won't let me stop now (I can't stop dancing)
    You won't let me stop (I can't stop dancing)
    Who can make me stop dancing (I can't stop dancing)

    (On the night I first met you
    You made all my dreams come true
    And I said to myself that I would never stop dancing) Oh!

    (When my feet first hit the floor
    I jumped and boogied then I screamed some more
    And when we kissed I swore I'd never stop dancing)

    When you said you're all talk and I like the way that you move
    Oh, you move!
    I'll get, I'll get back and let me have some room... Oh!

    I can't stop! (Can't stop dancing)
    You won't let me go, no, no (I can't stop dancing)
    I can't stop, no (I can't stop dancing)
    You are my everything (I can't stop dancing)

    Now I can't (Can't stop dancing)
    No, I can't, I can't, I can't, I can't, I can't (I can't stop dancing)
    Stop dancing (I can't stop dancing)
    No, I can't stop (I can't stop dancing)

    (Can't stop dancing I can't stop dancing) repeat

    Then you said you're all talk and I like the way that you move
    Ooohooohooo, you move!
    I'll get back, I'll get back and let me have some room

    (Can't stop dancing) Dancing! (repeat)

    (On the night I first met you) You met
    (You made all my dreams come true)
    And I said to myself that I would never, never stop dancing Oh!

    (When my feet first hit the floor) Jump and boogie!
    (I jumped and boogied then I screamed some more) Then you kissed me, baby!
    (And when we kissed I swore) I would never stop dancing

    Then you said you're all talk and I like the way that you move
    Oh, you move!
    I'll get, I'll get back and let me have some room... Oh!

    I can't stop! (Can't stop dancing)
    You won't let me go (I can't stop dancing)
    I can't stop, no (I can't stop dancing)
    You are my everything (I can't stop dancing)

    Now I can't (Can't stop dancing)
    No, I can't, I can't, I can't, I can't, I can't (I can't stop dancing)
    Stop dancing (I can't stop dancing)
    No, I can't stop (I can't stop dancing)

    (Can't stop dancing) Dancing! (repeat)

    When you said you're all talk and I like the way that you move
    Oh, you move!
    I'll get, I'll get back and let me have some room... Oh!

  • Ferris & Sylvester - The Room

    3:34

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    Directed by Sam Rookes
    Starring Martha Dancy and Sam Ruane.
    Director of Photography Jacob Gerrard
    Camera Assistant 1 Jesse Lewis-Reece
    Camera Assistant 2 Ellie Wiseman

  • Sylvester: Someone Like You

    4:11

    Lead single from Sylvester's final album, Mutual Attraction. The main dancer is the legendary Debbie Allen. Watch closely for Jasmine Guy (in the red dress), and the original Fresh Prince Aunt Viv, Janet Hubert (in a tight purple top, huge belt, and tight black skirt.) Rest in peace, Sylvester James, Jr. 1947-1988.

  • Ferris & Sylvester - Berlin

    4:14

    A video for the single Berlin.
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    Thanks to The Battersea Arts Centre, London.
    Filming by Ben Radcliffe and Gabe Jackson. Edited by Ben Radcliffe.
    Dancing by Reagan Muir
    Double bassing by Samer Sharawi

  • Sylvester - I Need You

    5:40

    Sylvester - I Need You (Dim's Super Disco Blend)
    Dimitri From Paris In the House Of Love

  • SYLVESTER - CALL ME 1984

    6:25

    Call Me 1984 - S Y L V E S T E R Remaster Audio, Solo Lo Mejor y puro Estilo
    º R E T R O M I N D º

  • Sylvester - Trouble in Paradise

    7:49

    High Energy Music 1984

  • I Need Somebody to Love by Sylvester

    7:10

    Limited edition 12 single will be available December 7 via Craft Recordings, with Side B offering a rare extended 12” disco remix version – as featured in the recently released For Discos Only: Indie Dance Music From Fantasy & Vanguard Records (1976–1981) box set (more details below). Pre-order the 12 single here:

    About Psychemagik:
    The UK duo — known for their beautiful production work, prolific remixing skills, obscenely vast record collection and transcendent mixtape journeys — are heralded as a unique elevating presence across today's music scenes. The pair have released an impressive array of highly acclaimed original productions, remixes and edits. They play regularly at major festivals, clubs and special events around the world. Remix projects include Bryan Ferry, HAIM, Boy George, Metronomy and Mirror People. Their version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams topped the Hype Machine charts and has gained some serious props from around the globe.

    About For Discos Only: Indie Dance Music From Fantasy & Vanguard Records (1976–1981):
    Craft Recordings recently released For Discos Only: Indie Dance Music from Fantasy & Vanguard Records (1976–1981), a comprehensive collection of the music that lit up a thousand dance floors in the mid ’70s and early ’80s, inspiring a revolution in the music world. This set pulls killer tracks from respected and influential independent record labels on opposite coasts—San Francisco’s Fantasy Records and New York City’s Vanguard Records—and is a veritable must-have for fans of the pioneering movement from which emerged the birth of the remix, an innovative musical practice that prefigured house, techno and hip-hop. The collection is available as a 5-LP box set or a 3-disc CD package, as well as digitally. Order For Discos Only here:

  • Sylvester Dance Disco Heat and You Make me Feel American Bandstand

    9:13

    Sylvester Dance Disco Heat and You Make me Feel American Bandstand acá les comparto esta joya

  • Ferris & Sylvester - Save Yourself

    4:08

    Music video for Save Yourself performed by Ferris & Sylvester.




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  • Sylvester Dance Disco Heat Lyrics

    4:19

    Gran tema de Sylvester, se bailo mucho esta canción en el 79, el lastimosamente falleció de Sida pero era un gran cantante.

  • Sylvester Megamix

    11:00

    Sylvester music mix

  • Patrick Cowley - Do You Wanna Funk?

    6:07

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    Patrick Joseph Cowley was an American disco and Hi-NRG dance music composer and recording artist. Besides Giorgio Moroder, he is frequently credited with pioneering electronic dance music.

  • Sylvester Rock The Box Live on The Tube

    5:03

    Rare Tv appearance on the Tube - Looks like the audience aren't too sure what he was about !! Guess they were only there to see Ultravox !!!

  • Sylvester - Band of Gold

    7:23

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    The Greatest Hits collection is the best compilation of Sylvester’s legendary work in pioneering the gay disco scene. Sylvester was so much more than just a disco & dance music, the sheer power of his personality, charisma and talent was like a micro movement within itself. Each of these songs present his gospel, soul & blues-tinged powerhouse falsetto voice that was monumental in the gay liberation movement of the late 1970s. For all Sylvester hits and accompanying mixes, look no further than this album or if you’re new to the scene and just want to dip your toes in.

    Check out our playlist on YouTube for more of Sylvester and tons of other Unidisc music that will get you moving.

  • Sylvester ‎-- Be With You

    3:50

    80´s

  • Sylvester - Performance Live at Castro

    26:11

    This concert, was filmed in September 1987 by John Wullbrandt at a victory party for the Gay Softball World Series at One Market Plaza in San Francisco. This is one of Sylvester's last performances before he died from AIDS in 1988.
    Song's:
    1) Talk To Me
    2) Sooner Or Later
    3) Someone Like You
    4)You Are My Friend
    5) Dance (Disco Heat)/You Make Me Feel + Epilogue
    6) Lovin Is Really My Game (Music Only)

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  • Sylvester Do You Wanna Funk Disco 80s Music Video

    6:46

    Sylvester Do You Wanna Funk Disco 80's

  • Sylvester - How Great Thou Art

    3:09

    Recorded in 1987 for his 2nd Warner Brothers Release he passed before the album Completed,Released in 1989 Immortal Compilation featured 4 unreleased tracks

  • Sylvester - One Night Only

    4:05

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    Sylvester James, Jr. better known as Sylvester, was an American disco and soul singer-songwriter. Known for his flamboyant and androgynous appearance, he was often described as a drag queen, although he repeatedly rejected such a description. Responsible for a string of hit singles in the late 1970s, Sylvester became known in the United States under the moniker of the Queen of Disco.

  • Sylvester Stallone dancing with the Roxbury guys!

    2:48

    Yeah, I know it's been a while since the last Random Epicness, but I bet you have never seen this before. ;) Sylvester Stallone (Rocky Balboa) in ''A Night At The Roxbury.''

  • Hi-NRG* Sylvester - Do You Wanna Funk .

    3:38

    Un gran tema de Sylvester, musica HI-NRG espero te agrade el video comenta gracias tu amigo...............Dj. Cheto.

  • Sylvester Southern man

    4:28

    Funk/Groove
    Blue Thumb rc
    1973

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